Published at Wednesday, July 24th, 2019 - 05:20:26 AM. Patio. By Roxane Berthelot.
For lighting, you can use fairy lights or lamps. You want it to be gentle soft lighting, not enough to scare the night away. Installing too many lights will prevent you from fully appreciating the gently moonlight and stars. As always, stick to the keep it simple motto of creating pleasant patios. A roof or covering can be very welcome, especially for a patio that is a little way away from the main house. It will give you shelter so that you can sit outside on the hottest summer day, or enjoy the sounds of a summer rain storm without getting wet.
The furniture you place on your patio will be determined by the function of the patio. If you want a space to gather and chat, you can find a wide variety of chairs and benches for seating, as well as small tables where drinks can be placed. If your patio is mostly a dining area, you can buy a table or two where dinner is served. A hammock, or even a bed would be appropriate if the patio will be a place to simply relax or take a nap in the afternoons. Obviously, you can use the patio for more than one function, and furnish it accordingly. Place a table and a few chairs at one end for entertaining, and a hammock at the other end for relaxing.
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